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Chuck’s Blog Rss A scary bee!!!

Global Warming == Cooler Temperatures

Posted on : 17-07-2009 | By : Chuck | In : Uncategorized

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My BetaBrite scrolling message sign alerted me that the Nation Weather Service has issued a “Special Weather Statement” for my area.

...UNSEASONABLY COOL WEATHER HEADED FOR CENTRAL INDIANA THIS WEEKEND...

A STRONG LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM IN COMBINATION WITH HIGH PRESSURE
ACROSS THE NORTHERN PLAINS STATES WILL PUSH VERY COOL AIR ACROSS
CENTRAL INDIANA ON SATURDAY. PLENTY OF CLOUD COVER IS ALSO
EXPECTED WHICH WILL HELP TO PREVENT TEMPERATURES FROM RISING.

HIGH TEMPERATURES ON SATURDAY ACROSS CENTRAL INDIANA ARE EXPECTED
TO BE IN THE UPPER 60S TO AROUND 70...OVER 15 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL.

THE COOL AIR AND CLOUDS WILL MOVE OFF TO THE EAST ON SUNDAY AND
HIGH TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO RECOVER TO LOWER AND MIDDLE 70S.

THE NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE AT INDIANAPOLIS ON JULY 18 IS 86
DEGREES.

THE RECORD FOR COLDEST HIGH TEMPERATURE AT INDIANAPOLIS ON JULY 18
IS 75...SET BACK IN 1883 AND 1871.

This summer has already been unseasonably cool, and now on July 18th we could be breaking records for the lowest high temperature in over 100 years. I thought global warming was supposed to make things hotter, not cooler.

In other Weather news, apparently El Nino has come back and plans to stay a while.

…El Niño Arrives; Expected to Persist through Winter 2009-10…
NOAA scientists today announced the arrival of El Niño, a climate phenomenon with a significant influence on global weather, ocean conditions and marine fisheries. NOAA expects this El Niño to continue developing during the next several months, with further strengthening possible. The event is expected to last through winter 2009-10 Details…

I’ll be at Cedar Point this weekend, so I get to miss the record breaking in Indiana. Maybe we’ll get to see some sweet weather in Ohio instead. I would love to see a lightning storm at night at the park. It would make for some amazing pictures.

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